An Unknown Woman

Koller, Alice

Book - 1991
An Unknown Woman
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A woman's version of Thoreau's Walden, this universal, timeless book explores the philosophical and psychological issues of self-identity--equally relevant to men and women today. Companion volume to the simultaneously released follow-up novel The Stations of Solitude.

Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 1991
Edition: Bantam trade pbk. ed
ISBN: 0553354825
Branch Call Number: 818 K81uw
Characteristics: 313 p. ;,21 cm

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Originally published decades ago, this cult classic explores the inner journey undertaken by philosopher Alice Koller, who spent a winter alone on Nantucket, stripping away layers of her being to get at the essentials.


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